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OEMs and other tiered suppliers are beginning to adopt additive manufacturing technology for its clear benefits—the ability to produce highly complex parts while reducing waste being just one. But does additive make sense for your operation? Our experts can help you analyze your situation and make the right determination, so you can stay both fiscally prudent and on the leading edge of technology.
Most additive manufactured parts require additional machining once they have been printed. These processes can include simply freeing the part from the base plate or other functions such as tapping, hole drilling, and polished finishes, to name a few. We can help you leverage your existing equipment to perform these operations, recommend the proper equipment to add to your shop (EDM and band saw technology are common), or connect you with a quality Hartwig-approved partner who can perform the necessary secondary machining on your parts.
Hartwig represents machines from EOS, one of the first pioneers of industrial 3D printing. A unique feature of EOS machines is they are open source, meaning that you are not restricted to EOS-manufactured materials for use in your process. We bring you access to experts at both Hartwig and EOS to select (and even produce) the perfect material for your application and optimize your machine to make your parts using it.
Our full line of EOS machines features a broad range of capabilities, including SLS and DLMS.
SLS (selective laser sintering) uses a high-powered laser to fuse particles together, layer by layer, to create a 3D object. This process uses highly engineered Plastic Polymers to help manufacture a range of industry applications.
During DMLS (direct metal laser sintering), a thin metal layer of powder is spread uniformly on the building plate with an automated roller. The high powered lasers sinter the metal powder layer by layer. The powder bed is maintained at an elevated temperature so that the metal powder is at an optimum temperature for the sintering.
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EOS was one of the first companies to introduce industrial 3D printing as a viable method of manufacturing for parts in even the most safety critical industries. As the technology becomes more widely adopted, it is important to consider your partnerships in the AM industry. EOS has more than 30 years in building the AM industry and has a reputation for being the leaders in the market with innovation and machine precision. Hartwig can provide the knowledge and turnkey solution for your additive manufacturing journey.
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